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islamabad

Moiz Rehan, a student of A-level at RCI Millennium Campus, I-9/3, has been selected to represent Pakistan at the International Horlicks Wizkids of South Asia at the Horlicks Wizkid Competition to be held in Bangalore, India.

Horlicks Wizkids is South Asia’s largest inter-school fiesta that gives students studying in class 1 to 12 an opportunity to express their talent and live their Dreams. Horlicks Wizkids is in its 11th successful year and has seen over 10,000,000 participants and over 10,000 schools, says a press release issued here on Monday. One of the biggest on-ground promotion activities conducted in South Asia, it is the most awaited event in the student calendar. With its plethora of entertaining and challenging events, Wizkids has played a pivotal role in making a change in the lives of many children enabling many students to rediscover their talent, realise their potential and reach their goals. Over the years, Wizkids has reinvented itself to stay ahead of the curve and reach out to more and more students across the subcontinent. They now have a presence in seven countries and in the hearts of over two million students. Their huge fan following online bears testimony to this. The WizTeam, the flagship competition of Horlicks Wizkids, gives an opportunity to five winners every year to go on life-changing all-expenses paid trip to various countries. The aim of the contests included in the competition is to empower youth to become change leaders who can make positive contributions to their societies.

Moiz has been an exceptional student, not only in terms of his participation in co-curricular activities but also with a brilliant academic performance.

His As-level grades comprised of 1 A*s and 5 A’s and his counsellors and teachers have high expectations from him in his A-level. He also secured a distinction in AICE diploma. Moiz will represent Pakistan at Horlicks Wizkids South Asian Finals and will compete for the title of the WizTeam 2014 along with 40 other participants from across South Asia.